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The Associate Director, Corporate Engagement serves on the Institutional Giving team as part of the Philanthropy department and reports to the Director of Corporate Engagement. The Associate Director will be responsible for the development of strategic partnership opportunities for a portfolio of current corporate donors who support special events, programs and research at Fred Hutch as well as developing a portfolio of new corporate donors. Engagement and collaboration with the Institutional Giving team, as well as other teams within Philanthropy, Fred Hutch faculty, staff and leadership is expected. Some travel, weekend and evening work may be required. This position does not have direct report management responsibilities
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